A recent study by Oren Reshef at Olin Business School finds that women are less likely than men to continue pursuing a patent after an initial rejection.
A team of Olin Business School professors, students and staff helped four local entrepreneurs win 2023 Arch Grants. With this year’s competition underway, they are again providing applicants with valuable feedback. The deadline to submit application materials for review is March 3.
The Office of Technology Management at Washington University in St. Louis recently celebrated a milestone of 100 university startups.
First-year MBA students at Olin Business School devoted more than 400 hours of service to the St. Louis community this summer through organizations including the Habitat for Neighborhood Business, Here to Stay, the Crisis Nursery of St. Louis, Annie Malone and the Delmar Devine.
Livi Logan-Wood is about to graduate with dual master’s degrees in business administration from Olin Business School and social work from the Brown School. She will work at World Wide Technology.
Clay Canfield is about to graduate with dual degrees in finance and entrepreneurship from Olin Business School. He is also the founder of Sobriety Hub, an app for sober living home operations.
The Skandalaris Center awarded more than $75,000 in funding to WashU startups through its annual Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awards ceremony April 19.
Monty Moran, the former co-CEO at Chipotle Mexican Grill as well as a lawyer, author, pilot and filmmaker, will deliver the annual Brauer Lecture on Thursday, April 13.
While there are signs the economic conditions are improving, small businesses are more likely to feel the pinch of rising interest rates, a looming recession threat and persistent labor shortages in 2023, according to Olin Business School’s Peter Boumgarden.
With so much uncertainty, how can businesses gain a competitive edge going into the new year and beyond — better anticipating threats created by competitors, the economy, suppliers, politicians and more? One way is through the process of “war gaming,” says John Horn, a competitive strategy expert at Olin Business School.